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into marcus latrell's vision. the civilians, one was a boy, i think, 14. they let him go. and approximately an hour and a half, two hours later, 40 to 50 fighters descended on michael's position they had previously moved. michael's medal of honor was received because during battle communications were poor. they were up against a mountain. so michael had to step out to what marcus was described, the lone survivor, an avenue lanlg of bullets in order to make a call. michael, during that call was shot twice but had the presence of mind at the end of the call, which was typical michael, to c say thank you to the dispatcher. >> incredible bravery. scott, i'm assume that story just in and of itself is what attracted you to making some kind of reconstructive film. >> it did. it resonated. i was familiar with the story several years ago. and when we approached the murphys and said we have this idea. we first thought it might be a feature film. but then as we unpacked it we realized that the non-fiction narrative was so incredible that we didn't need actors or a script to dramatize it. and we were r
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